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to taking the same position as george w. bush. funny thi. lou: the progress toward a more constrained iran has ended in this issue in turninghe other direction. ayollah saying today that they will annihilate the jewish cities. if it comes under attack. >> a country security it can be measured in miles and minutes. while they have a wonderful defense and missile defense system, they have quite a few major missiles. not the ones from southern lebanon, but big warheads, conventional warheads. and only i you need to get through to land to cause tremendous casualties. when people p privately or publicly come and say why aren't they acting. the leader of the country of israel has stepped talk about the repercussions, and that includes large civilian casualties. one should only strike as a measure of last resort and not because other extnal-internal forces are asking him to. lou: and the more bellicose iran becomes, the algorithm for a pre-emptive strike, the nuclear plants ourself evidence. the algorithms are pre-emptive strikes as they become more bellicose and threatening. what is him if you w
of the bush to ministration, destroy the north korean nuclear reactor. i think that what we're seeing here is the continuing division over the proximity to a what position capability. add the netanyahu made it pretty clear in the press conference today that the uranium enrichment side, which is of long pole in anybody stand in a nuclear-weapons program is the point that he is most worried about. lou: point-blank, do you really believe that israel will attack without the support and promised support, active support of the united states military? >> they would prefer. lou: and trying to understand what you're saying here. another would prefer it. i would even go so far as to say it is an existential preference, they cannot make that decision unilaterally without the military support of the united states guaranteed. >> i don't know what the decision is going to be. lou: nor do why, but i'm asking for your view. >> the prospect of a nuclear ron, i think it will preempt. they have done it twice before. >> what makes me so mad, we have seen is happening for two years. we knew there would get to
% of the records are in the system, and the nixon act passed in 2007 signedded by bush in january of 2008 gave states inacceptabilityives to -- incentives to put records in. there's more since that time, but states have more to do. i know when virginia tech happened, my home state of indiana had zero records, and now we're up to -- we got more in the system now, but there's a long way to go. at virginia state, there were just four records in new york state. there's a lot of work to be done and needs to be a top priority, unless you do background checks on every sale, it doesn't make a difference. lou: yet, the priority, eric, has been on assault weapons ban that institutes such a small fraction of the overall problem here. your thoughts on that of the gun owners association? >> well, you're right. it would cover just minorities of the murders. as you noted before, lou, the more people die at the hands of clubs, hammers, and things like that than these so-called assault weapons, which, really, what they are after is banning common self-defense firearms. we're thankful this last saturday there w
to the first president bush and welcome. >> good to be here. cheryl: this was planned by the white house and mr. president to show the spanish speaking population of this country that he cares about this issue. this has got to point to the immigration debate encompassing washington right now. your thoughts. >> well, what does america need more than anything else? it needs robust economic growth and aggressive job creation. there's nothing about his background that would suggest he can make much of an intellectual or intelligent decision in the job market. i think he shows us that he speaks spanish but he spent a career either in government or as a civil rights lawyer or as an academic and nothing about his background suggests that he has ever hired anyone, that he's ever worked in the private sector where the jobs are going to come from so perhaps he's been put in the cabinet for some periphery refasons but it's a disappointment that the labor secretary obviously isn't part of an economic team that is charged with economic growth. cheryl: can you be more specific with the holes in his resume? >
to want to find somebody else to blame. if it's george bush, if it's the republicans in congress, if it's sequesteration, this is crazy. i mean, when do we start to realize that you cannot blame somebody for everything that goes wrong and take credit for everything that happens that's positive? that's what this administration is doing. neil: but it's a bigger issue here where there's just no appetite to address spending; right? especially when so many, harry reid included, say we don't have a spending problem. how do you argue? sort of like the alcoholic who doesn't admit he's an alcoholic. you're an alcoholic. >> how can we not have a spending problem? neil: i know. by saying we don't, we acknowledge the severity of it, and at the least, you don't do anything about it p on the phone: -- it. >> neil, we have politicians today, that in my opinion, they have to find a way to stop pointing fingers and find solutions. neil: what do republicans do because, denny, they have not been better when boehner says there's not an immediate debt crisis. when you have a trillion dollars more going out
another segment. >> i know to derail president bush's second term right away, but the idea of money and strong stocks like the dow 30, the dow's at all-time highs right now. would not have collapsed because it would have been a strong hands, and i think people have to think like that, you know, the money's not going to be there otherwise. >> all right. >> thank you, charles. >> you guys got it. >> you're the best. >> checking the markets, nicole is on the floor of the new york stock exchange, and, nicole, home builders. >> we got in good news in housing starts, and today in building permits as well. the dow sells off, we watch the move, and the exchange trades fund in particular, the spider home builders, and they hit 52 week highs. the ishares of u.s. home construction also running a chart there for you to look at, but when you see the numbers that came in today, in the month of february, a gain of .8%, that's the highest level in nearly five years, and we are seeing these. that's a nice long chart for you, you see the gains there in the group. back to you. >>ny -- nicole, thank yo
of control, but the media have given this president a pass on the debt for years, in 2008, george bush's deficits were unpatriotic and a fraction of what these are. and 2009 cut the deficit in half he the end of the first term and that was essentially ignored in 2012 when he ran for reelection and failed to do that and mentioned one time in the newscast in one year. and 2012 told msnbc taking care of the deficit being the first order of business, this week, or last week, he said no and you're not going to get a balanced budget for the the sake of balance and sustainable for the next ten years. i think he's clearly moving the goal post, a watch dog press would be all over this, but seem to be ignoring this. you should see the e-mails, our viewers are all over it. rich, thank you. tax the rich not playing well overseas or at home for that matter. listen to this. >> in france, the approval rating of the socialist president hollande has plummeted to a mere 31%. remember, hollande came to office proposing a huge tax on the rich. here, bill maher of all people are turning against high taxes.
just came out, his approval ratings a down to where bushes were in 2004. they have dropped dramatically since the election, since december. and part of that is because he has been playing tax increases. he tries to divide people and then raises taxes. he's not threatening to raise taxes on everyone. many of the taxes to pay for obamacare had all americans. it's not targeted just a few people. politicians play trickle-down taxation. this said it will tax the rich and it trickles down to tax everybody. americans have begun to figure that out. cheryl: corporate tax rate. paul ryan 1725%. you think will happen? >> eventually will because it has to because the european average is 25%. or a 35%. obama has raised taxes on subchapter s companies that pay smaller firms and some bigger ones that. the individual rate up to 44%. europe said 25. we're 35 and 44. this is one of the reasons we're not as competitive. as a self-inflicted wound. cheryl: one of the big issues that we will talk about later on is the changes and obamacare affecting taxpayers for next year, 2013 return. i know paul ryan want
in taxes for workers are actually higher. why is that bush and mark what has texas done? >> i think we don't have the costs associated. we have a very moderate company corporate tax. we have a very affordable real estate. i think we make it relative. it is a big win for texas. we have done a good job of telling that story. you can almost double your money if you come from california to texas. cheryl: that will make april 15 a lot healthier and happier for many. governor perry launched this huge ad campaign in california. at the same time, he reached out on twitter to phil mickelson. texas is home to liberty and low taxes. we would love to have you over here. >> we do have about 320 days of good golf weather. i think it makes perfect sense. [ laughter ] >> it is pretty amazing. talk about return on investment. it is a pretty good roi. it is becoming, it is coming to a head here. there is a tipping point. enough is almost enough. cheryl: we would love to have governor perry on the show. craig casselberry. thank you. cheryl: the flipside. california democratic congressman will join us with wh
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